Amazing Whisky and Chocolate Ice Cream

A few weeks ago we finally bought an ice cream maker and googled hundreds of recipes trying to decide which one to make first… While googling, I looked up at our whisky collection and immediately knew that our first ice cream should contain one of our many delicious whiskies. Then I started googling and whisky ice cream and found a recipe that both looked and sounded delicious.

Then the next question popped up…. which one of our many delicious whiskies should be used?? We ended up using a 14 year old Bowmore with a soft smoky taste which compliments the dark Amedei chocolate pieces perfectly.
Knowing just a bit about whisky you might find it odd that we have chosen to use a quite expensive whisky, but as the whisky taste is very intense in this ice cream we find it important to use a good quality whisky 🙂

If you wonder whether you can serve this ice cream to people who do not enjoy whisky due to the strong liquor taste, I can tell you that neither of my parent drink whisky – or any other strong liquors for that matter – and they LOVE this recipe. We have only had the ice cream maker for a few weeks, and they have already ordered a second portion 😀 So there is no excuse not to try it!!


Ingredients (6 servings)

2 cups cream

2/5 cup whole milk

2/3 cup condensed milk

4 tbsp. malt whisky

2 vanilla pods, seeds

1 cup dark quality chocolate


Whip the cream until it is light and fluffy. Add the remaining ingredients except the chocolate and fold with a spatula until combined.

Pour the mixture into an ice cream maker and let it run for approximately 20 minutes. Chop the chocolate and add it after 15 minutes.

Serve immediately or transfer to an airtight container and place it in the freezer until serving 🙂

Whisky Ice Cream 1

Bon Appétit!

Ingredients (6 servings)

5 dl cream

1 dl whole milk

200 g condensed milk

4 tbsp. malt whisky

2 vanilla pods, seeds

120 g dark quality chocolate


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